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THE MICHIGAN DAILY I FUIuaY, JANUARY 14, 1927

BORAH, KELLOGG, IN DISAGREEMENfTr.
DISCUSS POLICIES WITH COO LIDG_,CE
ENROLLMENT RANKING, . .. 1
'aifrna Leads Sclioos Of Country
Withtl Total Regular Attendance
Of 17,101 Students ....
ILLINOIS PLACED THIRD' :: rJ : ....~~.........~....... ... .~
Michigan with 9,597 regular students I
ranks fifth in enrollment among the!
universities of the country, accord-
ing to figures just compiled by Ray- .
mond Walters,j dean of Swarthmore'~
college and associate editor of the :
'Journal "School and Society," The
University of California with 17,10i
full-time students leads the country;
Columbia with 12,643, is second; the
UJniversity of Illinois with 11,810 regu- '
lar students ranks third; and the Uni-
'versity of Minnesota fourth with 11,-I;
810; and Michigan fifth, followed by j
New York university, Ohio State,
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Harvard,
in order. /
Judging by the figures, university
and college enrollment is growing
faster than it did Before the war, with
the ;exception of th'e Middle West
where 20 similar colleges show en-!
rollm ent decreases. This is offset by ir-(f afri n 1
state university gain, however. Re- Senator Williami E. Borah, left, clh afrian of the £o c gnilio' nn
ports from 188 restitutions throughout mite.issonhrwth eeaiyofSaeF-ik1.
the country show an increase of aboutmiteissonerwihsrtayoi atErik[,Ilggdiiga
11 per cent over last year in the vii oteWiehueI h at.Th' r nlsgeiiQ iv s1
number of full-times students, and a policy.
gaiii of 9 per cent when summer se9- i WASHINGTON,-Whatever are theli has ordered to do, and if ixicansi
;ionis and extension courses are con-
-merits or demerits of the administra-; resent such action, an ar nfldclash e1niire.Tegani oniee sgi
biee.Tegi scniee in-ton's rcle Nicaraguan policy, this angle, an imlportant. scale will lcoera.
tnd of, the Central American situation! Many dilcmats think P sdn
anivedrinthae rast hi threatens no military operations of a: Calles of Mexico believes an nIt.-
arsdrn h atyear. magnitude describable as war. i mate showdown with America inevit-
In total enrollment, which includes While 'Mexicans deny aiding Nica-! able over oil and ]-l d uestioml 11-d
part time and summer school students, Irga ieasofcalte rsm .nyde ta eln slie.I
Columbia leads with 30,526 and Call- rga ieasofcalte rsm nyde ta elnwa ae.I
fornia is second with 24,756. New ably are selling the Sacasa faction might also serve to solidify Me Ial
Yor unvesit isthrd ith20504I munitions. If Americans interfer~e sentimlent against, Criugo zr;v. d 0e11
Yo rk univsiet stid ih2054with this traffic, as Admiral Latimer r ovolutianaiy dangers Cf. lexs f1
In regular enrollment New York
: iversity follows Michigan with(
t,<57, Ohio state is next with "9,209,
Peonnsylvania has 8,533, Wisconsin,
,,,220,. Harvard, 7,993 University off '
Wasingon6,851, Nebraska, 5,988,
Chicago, 5,694, Cornell, 5,417, Iowa,
5,196, Syracuse, 5148, Yale, 4,960, Tex-
as, 4,941, Pittsburgh, 4,836, Northwest-ISA D CH H P
ern, 4,806, Boston, 4,389,- Oklahoma,
4.325, Kansas, 4,061, Southern Califor-. South University, opp. Engincci-ng Arch,
ida, 4,001, and Missouri, 3,908.c
The ten largest women's colleges
.re Hunter, 3,448, Smith, 2,085, Welles-;
lcy, 1,546, Florida State College fork
Women, 1,313, Vassar, 1,144, Goucher,
,046, Mount H{olyoke, 1,006, Radcliffe,t
49, Randolph Macon Women's Col- ,8 ,adEmr,52e I h r

J ohnson Favors Licensing Of Reporters Invention To Enable'
AsSolution of Problem Of News -,ppers Mcaia rtcs

Critic whiich i, s expectedl to for-m the
founda'tion 1 t:nr11 stmly;Vin11 s-
tetiai l h eaoyO: Imus i and
speeh. Tis apara)jM ,eaYe61th

"Li(enso~ the reporter, and mak(le' Referring to the pressitlf .
hiM a dignified servanut of the Ip1lic,'' Johnson declared: "It: is 61 srlul
WSthe solution 0f.the e 'wspatper function of the press to prese iob
l~rOlhlem3 advocated by Burgess John- facts that will allow the lpuhiic i0

IOWA (CITY, Ia., :Jan. lI--Accord-'
ing to word from the University of
Iowa. T Dr. Carl E. Seashore, head of
the department of psychology, ard'
Milton Met-fess, research assist, !At
have develdped a nmechaniical nil
lesi iport aid - the press affords era
tertainment. The pubblic today he s
becom e too lazy to firinish its owni."

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lu:ration ofa

son, formnerly of "Tli e cenury" miag-.
azine and now of Syracuse universi-
ty in heis speechb at Northwestern uni-
v ersity last wee..
Ar.' Johnson pointed out that. the
repon" biitv of the reporter on the
present d:ay newspaper is very great.
"On the, shiitual side of the news-
paper," he said, "the weakness lies
t dan, not so much in the ownership,'
as a whole, nor in the advertiser, but
in the reporter. With poor reporters
a paper is helpless. Too often he is
not interested in his work, save as
a stopping stone to h'igher things, and
hie does not give a proper importance
to the news he is giving the public."

:function as citizens should. 1{' ;e
press does its work properly it is file
most valuable asset of a country or
community. But if the press lies or
misinterprets, then the public is
worse off than if it had no news-
papers."
The press of today has three things
to give the public, M1r. Johnson said.
"First and foremost among these its
news. People want news when it is
fresh and new; and they look for It
in the newspaper. second. it offers
editorials which are food for tlhought.
People value the opinions of others
hence editorials and criticism are
widely read. Last of all, and perhaps

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In addition 'to ou-. icgu> ai ® of Sandwiches,
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it sure goes over big.

There's a reason.

We closed out all of our Suits and Overcoats last week at great bargains.

decided to go to the market and replenish my stock. I procured for my customers bigger and greater Bargains. which Will

go on sale Friday

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Act quick and get your . pick.

Plenty for everybody. Come.

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